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Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Luxury Homes

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The story starts with a quest. As oftentimes, in good stories, the quest is faced with the letting go of fears and the allowing of dreams to come true. Traveling in a way is the pathway of dreamers, after all the best travel moments are the ones that make you rethink, rediscover, and find a new way and perhaps a new you.

“Be honest. What do you have a deep desire to create?”

So, the story here starts with that question in Spain, to dreamers Irene Chang, a hospitality designer from LA, and Hana Tsukamoto, a creative director from NYC. Thinking about what would inspire them in the travel industry, they envisioned a hospitality brand that would inspire guests with a new vision of luxury hospitality, in tune with a less commercialized and standardized experience – not too curated.

Maana Luxury Homes in Kyoto

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Luxury Homes [draft]

Maana Homes is the new option for a new way of staying, instigating the rethinking of luxury as a state of mind, in addition to being a home with all the hotel services one can expect. What is luxury for you? Is it to be present, to connect, to be part of a movement, to be in silence & solitude? Luxury for Hana & Irene is the abundance of a peaceful mindset.

Kyoto caught their attention as a city that awakens the physical senses, leading the visitor into a journey to explore the inner world. A city balanced in between beauty and imperfection – a very key cultural Japanese concept.

The restored spaces and original features were repurposed to created houses that are luxurious yet approachable, accommodating 6 to 7 guests. Out is the showroom look, in is the purposeful luxury of original elements – original wood ceilings, window frames and shoji screens set the tone. Strong local craftsmanship is also present throughout the interior design with, for example, the Shigaraki-yaki bathtub handcrafted by ceramic artisans in Shigaraki area.

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

The unique century old machiya houses are located in immersive locations in Kyoto – one by the Kamo River, a magical sight. The simplistic harmony of the homes showcases spaces designed for contemplation and reflection. A gateway to travel within.

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home [draft]

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

“The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.”

Hans Hoffmann

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Home

Lost in Kyoto Found in Maana Luxury Home [draft]

www.maanahomes.com

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